Ripeti con me!
Italian audio course program

Ripeti con me! is the only Italian audio course that prompts you to speak all the time.

This huge collection of Italian audio lessons will help you improve your speaking and listening skills. Each lesson comes with audio, transcript, and grammar notes.

Click the lesson you wish to take from the list below. You may also select a level or a topic or search inside the program.

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Come usare il corso
How to use this course
1. Sei italiano?
Are you Italian?
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I am, you are…
2. Ho sete!
I'm thirsty!
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I have, you have…
3. Un bambino, una bambina
A boy, a girl
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Maschile e femminile
Masculine and feminine forms of nouns and adjectives
4. Un gelato, due gelati
One ice cream, two ice creams
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Singolare e plurale
Singular and plural forms of nouns and adjectives
5. La vita è bella
Life is beautiful
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Articoli determinativi
Definite articles (like “the”)
6. Ho un’idea!
I’ve got an idea!
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Articoli indeterminativi
Indefinite articles (like “a,an”)
7. Dove lavori?
Where do you work?
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Presente regolare
Regular verbs: I work, you work…
8. Dove vai?
Where are you going?
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Presente irregolare: andare, venire, dire, dare, sapere…
Irregular verbs: to go, to come, to say…
9. A Roma
In Rome
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Preposizioni a, in
How to say “in” (a place)
10. Studi ancora francese?
Do you still study French?
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Domande e risposte
Turning statements into questions
11. Non bevo
I don’t drink
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Frasi negative
Negative sentences
12. Tè o caffè?
Tea or coffee?
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How to say “or”
13. Mi piace l’Italia!
I like Italy!
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Mi piace
How to say “I like”
14. Giochi con noi?
Would you like to play with us?
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How to say “with”
15. Che ore sono?
What’s the time?
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Che ore sono? A che ora…?
Telling time
16. Da quanto tempo?
How long?
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Da quanto tempo…?
Telling time duration
17. Perché non dormi?
Why aren’t you sleeping?
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Perché? Perché…, Per…
Why, because, for (because of)
18. Vado a trovare i nonni
I’m going to visit my grandparents
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Andare a fare…
To go/come do something
19. Anche questo!
And this, too!
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Also, neither
20. Sai nuotare?
Can you swim?
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Sapere, saper fare, conoscere
To know, to be able to do
21. Posso entrare?
Can I come in?
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22. Vuoi un caffè?
Would you like a coffee?
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23. Devi studiare!
You must study!
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Must/should/have to do
24. Ho bisogno di te!
I need you!
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Avere bisogno di…
25. Vorrei del tè
I’d like some tea
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“Di” partitivo
Some (tea, friends)
26. C’è un gatto
There’s a cat
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C’è, ci sono
There is/are
27. Ho poco tempo
I don’t have much time
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Poco, un po’
Difference between “a bit” and “not much”
28. È davanti al parco
It’s opposite the park
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Posizioni: davanti, dietro, sopra, sotto, sinistra, destra…
Adverbs of location
29. Il mio ragazzo
My boyfriend
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Possessivi (mio, tuo, suo…)
Possessive adjectives and pronouns
30. Sto a casa
I stay at home
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Stare, essere
Difference between “to stay” and “to be”
31. Non ho capito
I didn’t understand
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Passato prossimo regolare
Past simple of regular verbs
32. Cosa hai detto?
What did you say?
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Passato prossimo irregolare
Past simple of irregular verbs
33. Parli bene cinese?
Do you speak good Chinese?
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Bene, male, buono, cattivo, bello, brutto, bravo
Adverbs vs. adjectives: well-good, badly-bad…
34. Non ci vado più
I don’t go there anymore
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“There” as in “I go there”
35. Non ho ancora finito
I haven’t finished yet
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Ancora, già, appena, sempre, mai
Adverbs of time: still, yet, again…
36. Appena sono tornato
As soon as I got home
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As soon as
37. È proprio vero!
Very true!
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A typical Italian word meaning “just, exactly, right”
38. Sia i gatti, sia i cani
Both cats and dogs
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Sia… sia…, né… né…
Both A and B, neither A nor B
39. Se non piove
if it’s not raining
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If clause (type 0/1)
40. Quando sono arrivato
When I arrived
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When vs. if
41. Dopo cena
After dinner
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Prima, dopo
Before, after
42. Ma non so cucinare
But I can’t cook
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43. Anche se è ricco
Even though he’s rich
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Anche se
Even if, even though
44. Tutti tranne me
Everyone but me
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Except for
45. Oltre al tedesco
Apart from German
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Oltre a
Other than
46. Cos’è questo?
What is this?
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Questo, quello
This, that…
47. Che musica ascolti?
What music do you listen to?
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Che, quale
What vs. which
48. Allora non esci?
Then you’re not going out?
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Allora, quindi
Then (logical consequence)
49. Insomma, cosa vuoi dire?
So, what do you mean?
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A typical Italian word vaguely similar to “all in all”
50. Almeno non piove
At least it’s not raining
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At least
51. Magari funziona
Maybe it works
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Maybe, possibly (with hope)
52. Non ho voluto chiedere
I didn’t want to ask
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Participio passato di volere, potere, dovere
Simple past of want, can, must
53. Un biglietto apposta
A special ticket
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A typical Italian word meaning “on purpose, specifically, all the way”
54. Ormai è estate
By now, it’s summer
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By now (it’s too late)
55. Infatti non guido
That’s why I’m not driving
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A false friend of “in fact”, actually closer to “indeed, in reality”
56. Visiteremo il museo
We’ll visit the museum
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Futuro regolare
Future simple of regular verbs
57. Pagherò domani
I’ll pay tomorrow
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Futuro irregolare
Future simple of irregular verbs
58. Non potrò venire
I will not be able to come
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Futuro di potere, volere e dovere
Future simple of can, want, must
59. Poi ho fatto la spesa
Then I bought groceries
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Then (as in an ordered list)
60. Tra tre mesi
In 3 months
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Espressioni di tempo: in, tra, fa
Time expressions: in, ago…
61. Li conosci?
Do you know them?
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Lo, la, li, le
Direct pronouns, as in “I ate it”
62. Mi chiamo Pino
My name is Pino
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Mi chiamo, mi lavo, mi sento…
Basic reflexive verbs
63. Dove mi porti?
Where will you take me?
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Portare, prendere
To take/bring (someone somewhere), to pick up
64. È davvero bella
Is really beautiful
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Davvero, veramente…
65. Torno subito!
I’ll be right back!
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At once, immediately
66. Metà degli italiani
Half of Italians
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Metà, mezzo
67. Stasera usciamo?
Are we going out today?
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Uscire, andare
To go out vs. to leave
68. È inutile discutere
It’s useless to discuss
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Utile/inutile, contento/scontento…
Useful/useless, happy/unhappy…
69. Che ore saranno?
What time can it be?
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Futuro per supposizioni
Future tense for making assumptions
70. Quanto ci vuole?
How long does it take?
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Ci vuole
It takes (1 hour)
71. Quanto ci metti?
How long does it take?
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Ci metto
It takes me (1 hour), I spend
72. Con questa pioggia
With this rain
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73. Bisogna prenotare
Do we need to make a reservation
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Impersonal form of “you need to”
74. Scrivere correttamente
Be able to write correctly
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Veloce/velocemente, serio/seriamente
Adverbs vs. adjectives: quick/quickly, serious/seriosly…
75. È facile, è facile da
Is easy, is easy to
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Facile (da), difficile (da)…
Easy/difficult to do
76. Per il prezzo
For the price
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"For" as in “for the price, it’s not bad”
77. Dalle recensioni
From the reviews
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Judging from, based on
78. Hai mica una penna?
Do you happen to have a pen?
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Do you happen to…? Do you fancy…?
79. Devo riscriverla
I have to write it again
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Do/redo, write/rewrite…
80. Sarà anche vero
It might be true
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Futuro + anche
Future tense for making assumptions with emphasis
81. Cioè
In other words
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In other words
82. In effetti
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In effetti
Actually, indeed
83. Dormivi?
Were you sleeping?
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Ongoing actions and habits in the past. Imperfect past, regular. As in “you were sleeping”
84. Facevo sempre colazione
I always had breakfast
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Imperfetto irregolare
Imperfect past, irregular
85. Ogni
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Each, every
86. Da un amico
At a friend’s place
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At someone’s place
87. Senza fare
Without doing
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Without doing
88. Dipende
It depends
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It depends
89. Ogni volta che
Every time
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Ogni volta che
Every time I go…
90. Tanto per sapere
Just to know
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Tanto per
Just, as in “just in case”
91. Ti scrivo domani
I’ll write you tomorrow
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Pronomi indiretti (mi, ti, gli…)
Indirect pronouns: “give it to me”
92. Non serve l’ombrello
There’s no need for an umbrella
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A typical italian word meaning “it’s needed”
93. A cosa serve?
What’s the point of
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Servire a
A typical italian word meaning “it’s needed for”
94. Mancare
To miss
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To miss
95. Sembra
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To seem
96. Sembra di
It seems
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To seem + verb
97. La fortuna non basta
Being lucky is not enough
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To be enough
98. Ti va un gelato?
Do you want an ice cream?
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Andare, avere voglia di
To feel like doing
99. Mi sa che hai ragione tu!
I guess you’re right!
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Mi sa che
A colloquial way to say “i think/guess”